Hunting in Romania


in Romania

Romania has the largest forests in Europe, forests that are homes for brown bears, wolves, wild boars and red deers. Carpathian Mountains are the home for gracious Carpathian chamois – the biggest chamois of the world. Romanian fields produce breathtaking European red deer individuals the biggest that you have ever seen before.
Local hospitality as well as deep wildlife knowledge of local people guarantee a successful hunt and wonderful holidays for hunters and their families.



October 15 – December 15: Carpathian chamois hunting
September 20 – November 15: European red deer hunting



Day 1

Arrival to Bucharest. Car transfer to the hunting area (2-4 hours depending on the chosen hunting grounds)

Day 2-4

3-day hunt per specie

Day 5

Car transfer to Bucharest, flight back home


Majority of hunts in Romania are classical spot-and-stalk hunts, like Red stag hunting. Chamois hunts demand a lot of climbing and walking in the mountains.
Wild boars hunts are done from the high seat or by stalking.

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In Romania, hunters are accommodated in hunting lodges or small hotels located close to hunting areas. Hunting lodges have all the modern conveniences.

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In Romania, we hunt in both private and state hunting grounds. Areas near Arges, Valcea, Prahova, Buzau, Brasov, Sibiu proved to be among the most successful ones. The final choice of the exact hunting areas depend on the trophy of priority.


Carpathian Chamois
European Red Deer
European Fallow Deer
European Roe deer


Romania is one interesting destination for those who are lacking time. You can easily plan a hunt for a weekend, as to get one species you need only 2-3 hunting days. Rifles are available for renting in the hunting areas.
On the way back to Bucharest, you can visit the famous Hunting Museum of Romania and see world record trophies of Carpathian chamois, European red deer, and Wild boar taken before.
If time is available, you can easily combine a hunt in Romania with a hunt in Macedonia for example, getting two chamois subspecies in one trip.


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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do I need to be vaccinated from vampire bites?

    Please check if your country is on the list of countries with the lack of vampires, if it is then there is no need to do so.

  • How tough is Chamois hunting in Romania?

    It is a classical mountain spot and stalk hunt. It is considered to be a rather easy one, however it might be harder than Chamois hunting in many other European countries. The average hunting altitude is 5,250-8200 feet (1,600–2,500 meters). A 2-2.5 hour hike is required to get to the hunting area from a base camp. The difficulty of the hunt also depends on the mountain weather.

  • Is wingshooting or fowling available in Romania?

    Yes, it is. Romania offers professional hunting for migrating duck and goose in the end of November and in December. It is possible to combine 1–2 hunting days for each species. Former irrigation canals or specially dug hollows are used to build hides for goose hunting. Duck is hunted with dummies or motorized duck decoys. Pheasant and quail hunting is also available.

  • Does Romania offer driven Bear hunting?

    Yes, it really does. Romania is a unique country that offers a driven Bear hunt with dogs at the end of fall season (November).

  • Is it possible to harvest a big Bear trophy in Romania?

    Yes, Carpathian bears can grow over 90 inches (2 meters 30 centimeters) - from nose to tail. On average, there are 5 big trophies harvested annually.

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